She offers an online course titled One Little Word. Here is an excerpt from the course description:
"It can be something tangible or intangible. It can be a thought, a feeling, or an emotion. It can be singular or plural. The key is to find something that has personal meaning for you. This is not your mother's word or your spouse's word or your child's word—this is YOUR word.
One little word can have big meaning in your life if you allow yourself to be open to the possibilities. And here's one thing that is totally interesting: sometimes a word will pop into your brain and it will not make any sense to you right now. Give it some time. Let it percolate a bit. I have often found that our heart speaks to us in very unique ways. Maybe this is a word you need to hear but just aren't ready for it yet.
Again, be open to the possibilities."
Although I am not planning on participating in Ali's year long course, I do plan on choosing a word and referring back to it throughout the year.
This year, I want to inspire those around me - both my friends and family that I see on a daily basis, and those following me online - through my work. I want to inspire others to pursue their dreams. And more than that - I want to be inspired. Over the next year, I plan to seek out those things that inspire me. Each month I am going to try to do some special project to remind myself to be inspired and to reflect that inspiration.
If you are one of those people who sets annual New Year's resolutions, and actually keeps them, more power to you! That takes a lot of motivation. If you aren't, I want to encourage you to try this. Find your word, and incorporate it into your life this year.